Justin Arnot is a owner of Access Direct.Supplier
Access Direct is an Australian owned and operated business that specialises in canteen, cleaning, office and warehouse supplies. From their Berwick location, they service all areas of Melbourne (including the Mornington Peninsula and Gippsland). They also service all sectors, from hospitals and childcare facilities through to restaurants and schools. Access Direct prides themselves on timely deliveries, employing a friendly team and providing value for money. Products are divided into 8 main categories – canteen (coffee and disposables), janitorial (washroom consumables and cleaning chemicals), housekeeping (cleaning tools and vacuums), first aid and office (paper and ink), packaging (tape and envelopes), hand and body (soap and sunscreen), motel (laundry powder and toiletries), and protection (gloves and face masks).
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